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Episode Twenty Five – The Def Leppard Conundrum

In which Young Southpaw asks are Def Leppard the Wounded Healer Beethovens of the musical world? Does there still exist a renegade Gaulish village inside of Sheffield? Why are all these ocelots obsessed with yachting? Why isn’t there an Asterix & Obelix adventure where they adopt a child with Kyle Minogue? Plus much more hijinx & intrigue

Taking in the films Beethoven, Who’s That Girl?, Wildcats, and Overboard, Pour Some Sugar On Me, Duran Duran, Rio, Led Zeppelin, jungle cats, On Through The Night, Pyromania, Hysteria, French, Tintin, The Wizard Of Oz, The Sex Pistols, Pink Floyd, Bill Haley & The Comets, etc.

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Episode Sixteen – Standing On The Verge Of ‘Friends’ In Space

In which Young Southpaw questions the veracity of Elton John’s claims, explores the more obscure Friends episodes, and wonders if the New York and San Francisco Giants are in an immortal league of their own.

Taking in Chris Elliott’s Get A Life, R.E.M., The JetsonsThe Wizard Of Oz, Australia, Ionescu, Mr. Bean, Custer’s Last Stand, Custard’s Last Stand, Custard, Led Zeppelin, Stand By Me, Weekend At Bernie’s, Oasis, Jack & The Beanstalk, Frank Baum, Pink Floyd, etc.

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Episode Nine – Al Pacino, Impressionist Painter In Space

The Man Who Whispers In The Ears Of Boxing Kangaroos In Space On The Spaceship: The Al Pacino Story, man I’ll have to Google if Scarface wasn’t already subtitled this, it’s been so long since my cousins went to see it…”

In which Young Southpaw uses his possible illusion to conjecture about the heavenly Australia, florist mobsters, the complicated lives of famous kangaroos, and much more. Taking in Al Pacino, Pinocchio, Rush, Barry Manilow, Guns N’ Roses, Motorhead, Neptune, Uranus, Mars, Joey from Friends, The Horse Whisperer in different languages, Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, Impressionist Painting, etc.

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Episode Seven – Maybe Pens

In which Young Southpaw inadvertently launches a stationary superstore whilst attempting to remember how to speak French, grows concerned over the uses its patrons will use the products for, and pitches a new National Lampoon’s Vacation movie.

Taking in The Go-Betweens, The Birthday Party, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, The Monks, The Nuns, the Griswalds, stationary, late-period capitalism, ‘Kingpin’, ‘Vacation’, The King Of Luxembourg, INXS, Sisyphus, and more.

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